The Bears can’t afford to give yards away on special teams, but they are doing that in generous fashion.
Kickers deserve respect, and have for a long time.
In Week 2, Jay Cutler solved Pittsburgh’s fire zone 3-4 scheme, and one of Steeler coordinator Dick LeBeau’s students is using it in Cleveland. Yards are tough to come by against the Ray Horton coached Browns defense.
More than a dozen Chicago Bears headed to central Illinois to help with cleanup efforts in the tornado-ravaged community of Washington and meet with members of the community’s high school football team.
Lost among all the discussion regarding Marc Trestman’s puzzling decision to have Robbie Gould attempt the game-winning field goal on second down are some very interesting facts, facts that I will guarantee were not part of his decision-making process.
Sometimes you’re just wrong.
If there’s such a thing as earning a loss, the Bears did just that.
Nothing like a lethal cocktail of bad and stupid to turn a record into a footnote.
Some players from the Chicago Bears are spending part of the day visiting with and helping people affected by the big storms this week.
The Bears weathered the storm, literally and figuratively, in a 23-20 marathon win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Robbie Gould kicked a 38-yard field goal to lift the Chicago Bears to a 23-20 victory over Baltimore Sunday in a game delayed about two hours by a torrential downpour.
The bye week couldn’t arrive a better time for a battered Bears team.
Adam Hoge has a loaded Tweetbag to get you through the Bears’ off day.
Thursday night Robbie Gould tied the NFL record held by Minnesota Viking Blair Walsh for most consecutive makes from 50+.
The Giants are the equivalent of 500 milligrams of Aleve – if you can get past what they might do to your stomach, you end up feeling somewhat better for a little while.
There’s a thin line between winning and losing in the NFL.
Let’s pop open that “toolbox of concepts” you describe, and pull out the magic wrench that tightens this thing up.
Adam Hoge tackles your questions in his weekly Tweetbag.
That sour taste is back. The Bears just refluxed.
It’s almost always the same defensive key against the Vikings twice a season. Adrian Peterson is the reason. He’s one blown gap assignment, one missed tackle, and one sharp cut in space away from the end zone on every handoff.